He went on to say the same for anyone at the RNSC: the "RNSC would never engage in that kind of activity - haven't, wont." He went on to say, "I think you'd get the same out of anyone else in D.C."
When asked why he had shown up on the prosecution's witness list at Tobin's trial, he said that it had to do with the simple fact of his being Tobin's superior. I pressed him for more, and he said, "We've already given our statements to [the Justice Department] - there's not any more to say than that." He directed to me to his lawyer, Richard Cullen. Cullen could not be immediately reached for comment.
About the recent rash of media coverage about the jamming, LaCivita said: "my friends have been emailing me some of it. Some of it's kind of amusing." He didn't specify which pieces he'd found so funny. Something makes me think he'd enjoy TPMmuckraker.com, though.
So there - one more player on the record about his role in the phone jamming. Was that so hard?
Ken Mehlman's already cleared the staff of the White House Office of Political Affairs. Who's next? The RNC? Terry Nelson? C'mon, give us a call back. It won't hurt a bit.